People Think These NASA Images Prove Hurricanes Are ‘Engineered’
Some people are convinced that the recent spate of hurricanes hitting the Atlantic are man-made.
Activist Patrick Roddie, who is known for taking rain samples and providing evidence of contamination with high levels of aluminum and other geoengineering related materials, discovered satellite pictures that show weird patterns from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The images, which come from NASA satellites, apparently show a ‘suspicious’ pattern which the paths followed, or – in Irma’s case – is about to follow.
Roddie has uploaded a one-hour-plus video detailing how he came up with this theory onto his YouTube channel, Ear of Wisdom.
In the video he talks about feathery features, hazes, and wave patterns that you would normally see in a chem-trail sprayed and electromagnetically zapped sky.
These are features he claims have appeared around the hurricanes and the paths they’ve taken, or about to take.
The theory has left other conspiracy theorists wondering if hurricanes Harvey and Irma – and future hurricane’s Jose and Katia – are man-made disasters.
Just to reiterate, these are the theories of one man and there is no concrete evidence of them being true. But it’s worth pointing out the that number of hurricanes that have been passing through the Atlantic recently is worrying – although more logically they’re the product of another man-made issue, global warming.
This would mean we are now looking at real term effects of climate change, and maybe even Donald Trump will start paying attention now his $28 million mansion is in the firing line.